In terms of supply and demand, the U.S. office market will hit its sweet spot in 2014. A strengthening economic rebound, coupled with still-constrained construction, will result in increased absorption and higher rents, according to recent market reports.
The fourth quarter showed the continued rebound of the office market. Average rents increased in 11 of the 13 major national markets, led by San Francisco and Boston, according to a report released by Los Angeles-bas
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